We’ve been getting an eyeful of some gadgets at the CES Digital Experience in Las Vegas tonight, and we almost missed this wee Kodak Easyshare Mini camera, purely because it’s one of the smallest digital cameras we’ve seen.
The Kodak Easyshare Mini is about the size of a standard business card, Its weeny body is packed with a more than adequate 10MP sensor, and it’s also packin a 3x optical zoom and 2.5 inch LCD screen.
The Kodak Easyshare Mini is pretty basic otherwise, with face recognition, smart capture and image stablisation. It’s super cheap with it though, and clocks in at a touch under $100, meaning it will have a price tag of somewhere in the region of £64 over on our side of the pond.
Out late March 2011 | $99.95 (£64) | Kodak
Does a super small compact appeal? Shout out in the comments!